Hotel Nord et Champagne
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... because the traffic is so frenetic...and it was! Luckily for us there's an underground walkway to get to the centre bit for a look. We also scaled the 284 steps to get us to the top which gave a most interesting panoramic view of the 'star' and all the streets below. Back down to the unknown soldier - fast fact: he represents 1.3 million French soldiers who lost their lives in World War 1 - that statistic blew my mind - 1.3 million ...
... properly. Logan was indignant that he was not allowed to play on the grass! But he came to life as he ran with the morning joggers for a bit and then sailed a little ship for Belgium in the central fountain. We caught the 12:58 train back to Lyon for dinner with the whole family.
Dinner was great. We went to the historic Brasserie Georges -- the oldest brasserie in Lyon and one of the largest in all of Europe -- about ...
... to Montmartre and had early dinner down in the village, a modest repast of vegetarian penne for me and chicken risotto for himself.
I havent got feet any more, just stumps I stuff into my walking shoes. Domestic night tonight, a load of laundry is on, Rex has gone to bed to read, and Im just finishing up here. Off to the Loire Valley tomorrow.
... out the De Clichy Places, Rues and Boulevards and enjoyed a lovely wine with cheese plater at Le Vert Tulipe
For dinner we went back to the seafood restaurant. I thought the waiter was rude and the food was overpriced - but Stan was in heaven.
Turned out mum and Dave were more energetic than us and had climbed all the steps from Montemartre up to the Sacre Coeur. Not bad for a couple of OAPs.
... Level 2 Physics lesson on sound waves, but the interactive elements of the exhibit are really fun. They have a massive dish, like a big satellite dish, at each end of the room, which you can whisper at. Your voice is amplified so that the person at the other end (some 20 metres away) can hear it. But unless you are in the path of the sound waves, you can’t hear it.
We then visited the light and illusions room, full ...